Ex. 1 1c; 2a; 3a; 4b, d; 5c.
- was writing;
- was lying;
- were travelling;
- were swimming;
- were dancing;
- were beginning.
- 2) I was dressing when my neightbour came.
- 3) I was having a cup of tea when my friend came.
- 4) I was getting the car out of the garage when a policeman stopped me.
- 5) I was driving to your house when my car stopped.
- 6) I was going by bus when it began raining.
- 7) I was standing at the bus stop while it was raining.
- Do you love your home town?
- Howard says he doesn’t understand me.
- Jack didn’t answer my question, he was thinking.
- When I met Tom, he was walking to the supermarket.
- My brother hated milk when he was little.
- We were having dinner when you called.
- She thinks that she is the best pupil in her class.
- What present do you want for your birthday?
- What television programme were you watching at 9 o’clock yesterday night?
- Did you know that Tim was my neightbour?
- Did you hear when Tom came back?
- “Think, Jane, think!” — “Oh, mum, I am thinking.”
- What were you doing at half past one? — I was having lunch/eating soup.
- What were you doing at ten minutes to two? — I was playing football.
- What were you doing at a quarter past three? — I was writing/doing my homework.
- What were you doing at half past four? — I was watching television.
- What were you doing at 5 o’clock? — I was drinking milk.
- What were you doing at twenty minutes to six? — I was walking my dog/I was taking my dog out.
- were sitting, came;
- was sending, saw;
- was hugging, opened;
- was walking, met;
- were watching television, left;
- were leaving, heard;
- were playing, came;
- were doing, began.
- He was not playing football with us yesterday.
- Were you reading a book at 7 o’clock?
- Were they visiting their grandad in the morning?
- The birds were singing early in the morning.
- What was Ben doing yesterday evening?
- She wasn’t sleeping at night.
- Was the teacher speaking to you?
- am making;
- was writing;
- were watching;
- hear, is singing.